For almost three years I have helped Deputyship clients and their families to manage their money and day-to-day lives. During that time I built up excellent relationships with clients, families and support staff and I became very familiar with the workings of the Office of the Public Guardian, Social Services, Department of Work and Pensions and Motability. My first seat as a Trainee was in Personal Injury & Clinical Negligence, representing clients who had suffered injury or loss due to others actions in civil litigation claims.
I studied Law at The University of Surrey and graduated with a 2:1 (Hons). My post-graduate training, studying the Legal Practice Course, was undertaken at The University of Law in Guildford where I achieved a Commendation. Law is my second career which I chose to pursue after a successful career, of almost 14 years, with British Airways. I managed teams of administrators in both Revenue and Cabin Services, supporting cabin crew.
I have three children and spend much of my free time as their taxi, ferrying them between activities. I enjoy reading, listening to music and participating in quizzes and am a font of knowledge for random trivia.